User Profile: toryshane


Member Since: October 09, 2014


  • October 18, 2014 at 7:53am

    Despite her claiming Wilson was guilty of murder her actual testimony shows that Brown was the aggressor. Not that it matters, the Tribal mentality and the Tribal leader in the Oval office will not rest until Wilson is punished, regardless of his actions.

    With every day that passes the more it is to be regretted that at the end of the Civil War we did not more aggressively pursue repatriation.

  • [1] October 16, 2014 at 8:53am

    I can’t and won’t try to predict end times but two things are certain. The end times are clearly defined in the Bible and we are living in times that closely mirror what is defined. The question is really are we in the end times, or are we only going through something that looks like it but is not.

  • [2] October 16, 2014 at 8:47am

    Don’t worry. Ebola can only be caught by direct contact with an infected patient. Or as in the case of the photographer in Liberia, from placing his camera on the ground. And of course no reason to ever be near anyone’s body fluids. It’s not like flu season is coming up and anyway, everyone always covers their mouth when they sneeze. We are perfectly safe, the gubment says so.

  • [1] October 16, 2014 at 8:44am

    Ebola wont make it to America…

    Ebola made it to America, but only because someone was already infected when they arrived. It wont spread in America…

    Ebola spread beyond the person infected out of the country, but every hospital in the country can deal with ebola patients…

    Major urban hospital cant deal with Ebola patients. But the CDC has policies to ensure that Ebola does not spread further, including preventing possible infected people from boarding flights…

    It was the hospitals fault for not following protocols…

    The Protocols never made it from the CDC to local hospitals tasked with caring for Ebola patients…

    CDC failed to follow protocol and allowed an infected person to board a domestic flight…

    Obama NEVER, EVER cancels a fundraiser. But don’t worry, this Ebola nonsense is no big deal… Obama is just going to cancel a fundraiser and have an emergency meeting to figure it out.

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  • [78] October 16, 2014 at 8:39am

    The mayor of a major city DOES NOT file a lawsuit and then have no idea what her hand picked attorneys are doing, especially when they are actively working against people she defines as her enemy. She knew exactly what was going on but got caught.

  • October 15, 2014 at 12:07pm

    If you want to see the Devil look in the eyes of anyone who demands that their sin be accepted, or who claims the Bible only condemns some other sin.

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  • [5] October 15, 2014 at 12:06pm

    The truth is some people, by virtue of their actions MUST be discriminated against, lest we all suffer.

    At this point anyone who denies a gay agenda is blind or foolish. The gay agenda is real and they are more dangerous to America than ISIS.

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  • October 15, 2014 at 8:24am

    It is a bombshell in the sense that it is a report from a respected media outlet that is usually friendly to the lefts agenda.

  • October 15, 2014 at 8:22am

    I agree,but this is actually two separate issues, both need to be explored.

    1: Were there chemical weapons in Iraq? Democrats won elections based on the narrative that they did not exist. We know that they did, further the information was suppressed. Why? and by whose orders?

    2: Where did the weapons come from?

    Until both are answered there is no reason to trust our government on anything.

  • [13] October 15, 2014 at 8:19am

    This vindicates Bush in every possible way. To claim this did not represent an active chemical weapons program is absurd. These were clearly active chemical weapons, stockpiled for use, ergo this was an active chemical weapons program. You may as well claim that the bullets our soldier are using right now are not actual bullets because they might have been made 5 years ago.

  • [2] October 10, 2014 at 9:37am

    Answer this.

    5 Jewish women enter a concentration camp in Nazi Germany, 1943. All are pregnant. The 1st woman gives birth and her new born son, moments old is put to death. Would you call that murder?

    Now the 2nd is only 5 weeks pregnant, she is beaten and the child dies. If you support abortion then you must accept that this unborn child is only a lump of cells and that while tragic, no murder has taken place.

    The 3rd is 6 months pregnant. She too is beaten and the unborn child dies. At 6 month is it murder? If you accept abortion then you must admit it is not murder, only a lump of human like cells are terminated.

    The 4th is 9 months pregnant. The child depends on the mother and could not survive outside of the womb (This is a concentration camp after all) She is beaten and the child in the womb dies. If the child could not survive outside the womb is it murder? The same justification for not considering the 9 month in the womb child not human is no different than a 6 week in the womb child.

    The 5th is 9 months pregnant. She goes into labor. A prison guards kill the baby while it is still attached to the umbilical cord and thus still part of the mother. Was murder committed?

    Is choice the difference? These woman did not choose. If choice is the defining term there is no reason to deny the abortion of a child at any time until it can care for itself. It is the mothers choice. To say otherwise is to say someone else can take care of the child. That is forcing choic

  • [3] October 10, 2014 at 9:11am

    No, this is a word trick the pro-abortion forces are using. She is referring to the next time we meet as Christians speak of meeting a miscarried baby in heaven. She is stealing a set of vocabulary terms and twisting them to suit an agenda.

    There is a truth that holds if you believe in the Devil or just general evil and that is this…

    The greatest lies hide behind a veneer or reason-ability. Even murder can be made to sound pleasant through word trickery.

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  • [3] October 10, 2014 at 9:08am

    I think you miss the point. I don’t believe this is a real story, but a created narrative by someone who is pro-abortion. For many years now the abortion camp has been working to make abortion morally acceptable, as if it is actually a sign of motherly love to kill your baby. If she were telling the truth, and felt the need to abort because of circumstance then she would have listed those circumstance. Instead she keeps pulling back to how much she loves the unborn baby as if to say I am such a good mother I will kill baby to protect it.

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  • [7] October 10, 2014 at 9:02am

    I wont say for sure but honestly, this sounds like a pro abortion ploy to legitimize abortion and create falsified personal stories. Her words claim to love her child and miss all the things they could have and yet she is too easily rejecting that very same child, further she doesn’t give reasons for her decision. This ensures that no one can discuss the reasoning and must keep it strictly to her narrative.

    Frankly, I don’t buy it. Sorry Blaze, but this is not a heartbreaking letter, it is either a deliberate false narrative or a cry for attention.

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  • [2] October 9, 2014 at 5:06pm

    What he wrote is sadly the very heart of truth for so many liberals in this country. To them it is far better to see those they disagree with die than to be confronted with divergent ideals. That is the sickness of liberalism but in truth it is not the property of the Liberal. This is how societies have always crumbled, when people like this are allowed to not simply have a voice, but other people no longer have the authority to silence that voice. Simply put, atheism, hate, fear, etc increase not because good people do nothing, but because legislation and social customs exist that prevent good people taking action. There was a time when he would have been allowed to speak, and then good people would have tarred and feathered him and run him out of town in shame.

    In reply to mizgat's comment on the contribution There Is Nothing Brave About Suicide

  • October 9, 2014 at 5:02pm

    1984 was a book. You could close it and go back to reality. This is much worse. This is reality.

  • October 9, 2014 at 5:01pm

    I would like to add a little nuance to what you say.

    “On one side you are eliminating pain and suffering, on the other is to enduring pain and suffering. It takes a braver soul to endure suffering. I don’t see how there can be a discussion here.”

    Do you think her death will end the suffering of her family? If that were my wife it would be the greater honor to be at her side, even if that meant changing her diapers and wiping her drool. The greater suffering is in the absence. The pain left behind is a sort of pain that never really goes away. All she is doing is ensuring that her loved ones do not have to bear witness. But the thing is bearing witness is what are supposed to do. That is how we honor life, by watching it unfold.

    “Dignity does not define you by your death, dignity is defined by how you lived.”

    Correct, but living is a complete picture that only ends at our death. Suicide reduces the dignity of an otherwise well lived life.

    “She is not denying anyone those rights and if you believe in the right to liberty then you can’t be in favor of denying it to others.”

    In a way she is. Because she has become an advocate for suicide. She is making herself an influencer of or liberty.

    Answer this question… Would agree that a person who suffers from depression should commit suicide and that would be an act of heroism? In fact the culture that fosters suicide in Europe has seen that very thing happen. Depression is considered a viable right to end life scenario.

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  • October 9, 2014 at 4:54pm

    Seems as though you have the issue with differences of opinion. There is a God and he is on your side is no more “superior” to your saying there is no god. However, to say there is a God elevates you. It says you are worthy of being saved, of being watched over. Just as someone who prays for you is also saying they care about you. But to simply say there is no God is the opposite. It is your way of tearing down someone else or negating their beliefs.

    I know you wont understand now, and perhaps never but that is not surprising, even Christ said that there will be those whose blindness will become hate.

  • [3] October 9, 2014 at 4:50pm

    I agree with you Matt. This really is not a personal choice for her to make because she made it a public testimony. When you make something public testimony then you must be open to people dissenting from your ideas.

    This is also very personal for all of us because we all share in death. For each of use death will eventually come, or has already come in some form or other. It can be easy and clean or difficult and messy. But it is never something to treat lightly.

    The real question is this… What sort of culture are we to be. Right now we are a culture of death, where life has little value. Extreme violence, war, beheading called workplace violence, violent games and movies, abortion, and suicide.

    My brother committed suicide because he suffered from Schizophrenia. He was broken and yet he had value. His death ripped a whole in the family that never closes. One could argue that he was so far gone, so broken that suicide was logical, and even heroic. They would be wrong. Why? Because he suffered from a disease, but was not the disease, he was more, he was a man, he was human. If we resign ourselves to death when we are ill, even terminally ill, then we will begin to resign ourselves to death for increasingly lesser illness. Already in Europe, where assisted suicide is legal they have gone from terminating the terribly ill, to terminating the depressed. Depression is now worthy of killing oneself. That is the great tragedy of our culture of death.

    In reply to the contribution There Is Nothing Brave About Suicide

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